Caroline Collier

Director of Partnerships and Programmes, Tate

Biography

Caroline Collier, Director, Partnerships and Programmes, is responsible for several departments at Tate, including Learning, Research, Collection Care and Tate’s galleries in Liverpool and St Ives. She is the Director who oversees Tate’s national and international partnerships. She has more than 30 years professional experience in the field of the visual arts. Caroline joined Tate in October 2005 as Head of National Initiatives, from Arnolfini, the contemporary arts organisation in Bristol, where she had been Director since 1999. Before that she was at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex; where she was responsible for the Pavilion’s arts and restoration programmes between 1995 and 1999. She had previously worked as a curator and freelance writer. Until June 2013 Caroline was a board member of Arts Council England and Chair of the South East Regional Arts Council.

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